Samsung Galaxy A11 Complete Design Leaked Online With Complete Measurement


Samsung Galaxy A11 which can be the upcoming Samsung flagship has been leaked online showing the complete design of the phone. This latest render of Samsung Galaxy A11 reveals many close details regarding the physical body of the phone. 

The design of Galaxy A11 has been leaked online by a leakster on the Chinese microblogging site –  Weibo. As per the render leaked online, the Samsung Galaxy A11 can be seen with a triple rear camera setup with an LED flashlight at the right of the camera module.

Samsung galaxy A11 render

Apart from this, the leaked render of Galaxy A11 has been shown with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor that sits in the middle of the back panel. At the bottom, there is a speaker grill with a charging port. At the left of teh body, there is a volume button which is accompanied by a power button. While on the left, you will find the SIM tray. 

This is not the first time when this Galaxy A11 has been leaked online. Recently, we have seen the same design render filled on the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification site. There it was mentioned that the Galaxy A11 will come with model number SM-A115F and will be fuelled by a 4,000mAh battery.

Apart from this, no specification has been mentioned in the same post. However, based on a recent Geekbench listing, the Samsung Galaxy A11 is tipped to run on Android 10, be powered by the Snapdragon 625 SoC, and pack 2GB RAM. A previous report about the Samsung Galaxy A11 suggests that it will offer at least 32GB of internal storage. Unfortunately, there’s no word on the launch date of the phone as of yet.

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